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Islamic Law: Women, Don’t Come To Mosque Unless You’re Ugly


Apparently a full veil isn’t enough. Maybe the superior gender is temporarily granted x-ray vision the moment they enter a mosque.  Remember, a Muslim man possesses twice the intelligence of a women, so don’t question this enlightened logic. Just do everything you can to look as ugly as possible. Think of it as a contest. Otherwise, you might cause another earthquake

“The worst sin and distraction from virtue that I have left for man is woman” – Prophet of Islam, Mohammed, Sahih AlBukhari, 5096

“When I stood on the door of hell, I saw most of its inhabitants were women” – Prophet of Islam, Mohammed, Sahih AlBukhari, 5196

By Robert Spencer – “Doing some research just now on another matter, I came across this gem in a Sharia manual:

‘It is offensive for an attractive or young woman to come to the mosque to pray (O: or for her husband to permit her), though not offensive for women who are not young or attractive when this is unlikely to cause temptation.’ — ‘Umdat al-Salik (Reliance of the Traveller) F12.4

‘Umdat al-Salik is a Shafi’i manual of Islamic law endorsed by Al-Azhar University in Cairo, the most prestigious institution in Sunni Islam, as ‘conforming to the practice and faith of the orthodox Sunni community.’

The mind reels. Who determines whether a woman is old or unattractive enough for it not to be offensive for her to go to mosque? Is this the opinion of the husband, father, and male relatives alone? And what if they decide that a particular Muslima is sufficiently ugly to attend prayers in the mosque, but men at the mosque differ, and believe her to be so attractive that they take offense and contend that she should have stayed home? Does internecine warfare ensue?

Oh, the glories and complexities of the Religion of Peace and Tolerance!” Source – Jihad Watch.

Flashback: Turkey: Islamists Bar Woman From Public Bus, ‘You Are Causing Us To Sin’ – “A Turkish woman claimed she was prevented from boarding a public bus by a group of Islamists because her outfit would ’cause them to sin,’ according to a report by daily Evrensel. Yağmur Yılmaz, 21, said she left home on June 3 to go to work, wearing a pair of sweatpants and a T-shirt… Yılmaz said she told the group it was everybody’s right to board the bus, to which the women from the group replied, ‘We would sin if you get on this bus, you are causing us to sin.’ The men in the group also harassed Yılmaz, she claimed, saying: ‘Look at her. Her head is not covered, shame!’” Read more.

Top 10 Qur’an Quotes Every Woman Must See – “Islam in its purest form honors and elevates women, we are often told. But does it? All too often, textual reality (the Quran) matches up with the historical reality of seventh—century Arabia. Gender inequality and oppression in the Quran reflect the culture of seventh century desert nomads. If Allah and Muhammad improved on this patriarchy, then they did not go far enough for a religion with a claim to universality. Here are the top ten rules in the Quran that oppress and insult women.” Read more.

  1. 07/06/2012 at 11:24 PM

    Think of how the liberal media would go berserk if a church had such a rule. I would love to see an honest article about the contrasts between the actual practices of Islam vs. Christianity by the Washington Post, NY Times, MSNBC…

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  2. Willard
    07/07/2012 at 12:07 PM

    Do not hold your breadth Kurt

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  3. ICA
    07/07/2012 at 12:23 PM

    The liberal media, like many schools in America (also see Stakelbeck on Terror’s latest episode), would sanitize the true nature of Islam until it was no longer recognizable. Here is one example:

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  4. Anonymous
    07/07/2012 at 6:20 PM

    If this unchallenged propoganda isn’t strong delusion, I don’t know what is.

    AHF

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